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A New Method of Education: Student-led Discussions

Ian McNabb '20 leads a class discussion on political cartoons from the American Progressive-Era. Visibly honored to hold a leadership role, McNabb references Captain Philips by stating,

Harry Bates, News Editor

May 3, 2019

With experimental education throughout the United States beginning to thrive, traditional methods regarding teaching future generations have come into question. Our public schooling system, at least in the United States, has virtually remained unchanged from one-room schoolhouses to modern high schoo...

The limit does not exist

The limit does not exist

Isabelle Linder, Staff Writer

April 7, 2015

The idea of putting a limit on Advanced Placement classes has become an increasingly discussed subject nationwide. There are concerns that this generation’s teens face tremendous amounts of stress with all of that is expected of them. High school students must balance grades, sports, and clubs. Adding...

Economics classes practice the art of investing

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Maggie O'Hara, Staff Writer

December 17, 2014

Throughout November, Katie Pine’s sophomore-filled Economics classes learned how to work the stock market. Around 75 of Pine’s students participated in a stock market simulation, in which they received $200,000 of play money to invest however they chose to, within the guidelines of the project. The...

Punctuality: The Politeness of Kings

Punctuality: The Politeness of Kings

Adriana Radosavljevic, Guest Contributor

December 15, 2014

Creak. The classroom door opens as the teacher continues to speak. The late student walks unsurely towards the teacher, shoes squeaking against the floor. She stands there holding a pass until the teacher pauses to take it, the class watching her every move. No one wants to be late--at times, it can...

Farm-To-School Month is Here

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Sarah MacEachen, Copyeditor

October 16, 2014

October is always associated with Halloween candy, but in addition, this month can offer locally grown food ready for the picking. Apples, pumpkins, squash, and more are all in season, and this year, fresh produce is coming closer to students than ever before. This October, Hollis-Brookline High School...

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